Daily Lessons for Teaching Nobody Nowhere: The Extraordinary Autobiography of an Autistic

Donna Williams
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Lesson 1 (from Page 3 through 14)

Objective

Page 3 through 14

There were many people who shaped Donna's life as a child. This lesson is on how the people who were close to her affected her.

Lesson

1) Class Discussion: How is Donna's mother introduced in the first section of the book? How does Donna present her mother's attitude toward her? What did her mother tell people about her toilet training? How did Donna react to this?

2) Journal: What did Donna remember most about her grandmother? How did Donna describe her grandmother? What did Donna do later in life to evoke the feelings that being around her grandmother gave her?

3) Donna's World: What was the impact that Donna's grandfather had on her world? Why does she say that he understood her world? What did he do with her? How did he communicate with her?

4) Group Discussion: How did Donna's father entertain her? What did he call...

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